Brentwood Park Spanish Colonial. Exceptional property
301 N. Rockingham Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90049
7 Bedrooms / 5.5 Baths
In 1926, as his exquisite Santa Barbara Biltmore hotel was nearing completion, acclaimed California architect Reginald D. Johnson designed an estate on Brentwood Park’s Rockingham Rim. Today,the magnificent Spanish Colonial he created, set on 1.28 secluded acres, has come on the market for the first time in fifty years. Visitors approach via a long drive ending in a circular motor court. There, behind secluded gates, lies a park-like setting with amazing mature greenery, highlighted by a rose garden. Inside, everything opens to nature. Move from the front courtyard into the vast entry, and you’ll glimpse a romantic, hidden inner courtyard with veranda complete with its own service area. The step-down living room and library open onto this exquisite, intimate setting. An enchanting garden view is the centerpiece in the formal dining room. Three fireplaces enhance the ambiance of the residence. Downstairs there is a guest bedroom and bath and two maid’s quarters with a shared bath. A dramatic grand staircase leads to the second floor, with four bedrooms and three baths. Windows on this level overlook the green beauty of mature trees, exquisite gardens and the vista to the ocean beyond. Outside, three garages are flanked by a chauffeur’s quarters and a potting room. A graceful free-form pool with a pool house provides an inviting natural oasis.
Exlusively represented by Prudential California Realty
One of the last remaining estates in Brentwood that isn’t a Mega -mansion.